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Critical Thinking with "Setting up Tuskegee" and Patterns of Organization

Unit 3: Analyzing Literature and Writing Business Letters with Langston Hughes’ Thank You, M’am”
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to develop critical thinking skills by reading a passage about Tuskegee University's origins, answering six critical thinking questions, citing evidence for their answers, and discuss their answers with a small group.

Big Idea: Develop critical thinking skills through independent reading and authentic student discourse through six powerful types of questions.

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